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  • Non-surgical options

    Non-surgical procedures, bracing, rest, could be the answers to get you back on the court, on the trail or in the pool.

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  • Surgical solutions

    Our sports medicine physicians have the qualifications and surgical experience that result in superior outcomes for our athletes.

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  • Prevention

    Playing safe is important to us. In an effort to educate youth and adult athletes on being safe while having fun, we’ve partnered with Stop Sports Injuries© to focus on ways to stop injuries before they happen.

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  • FAQ

    We want to get you back to the activities you love quickly and safely. Our physicians answer your most pressing questions so you know what to expect during a visit and throughout your recovery.

Sports Medicine Center

Sports Medicine Center

The Resurgens Sports Medicine Center is the most comprehensive sports medicine service in Georgia. Our highly-trained physicians care for all athletic injuries ranging from recreational and competitive athletes to weekend warriors. Individual athletes’ needs are as diverse as the sports they play. We meet those needs with a full spectrum of care, allowing patients to get back to their normal activity level quickly and safely.

Whether you need medical evaluations, surgery and rehabilitation, or simply a conditioning routine for your specific sport, our team of sports medicine physicians possess the skills and knowledge to diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate all types of orthopedic injuries, getting athletes of all ages back to an active lifestyle.

Patient Education

Learn More About Sports Medicine

Using our Patient Education Center

We want you to have all the knowledge you need to make the best decision about your health. Explore our extensive video library to learn about common injuries, conditions, treatments and surgeries in more detail.

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Success Stories

  • Andrew Ellis

    Andrew created two moving videos documenting his process of recovery with Resurgens.

    Atlanta teen returns to creative passions after successful procedure with Resurgens

    Andrew Ellis, 17, of Stone Mountain, isn’t your average teenager. With a vivacious passion for creative movement, Andrew is not only a seasoned ballet dancer with 15 years of experience, but also a third degree black belt instructor of Tae Kwon Do, a self-taught videographer, a b-boy dancer, and most recently, a rising YouTube star. Under the alias “BBoy Georgia,” Andrew combines a talent for videography with a passion for b-boy dancing — a style of dance similar to breakdancing — on his YouTube channel featuring videos of various performances and practices. With nearly 13,000 collective views, Andrew’s creative outlet has clearly found an... Continue Reading

  • Chris Callahan

    Once again, Resurgens provided Mr. Callahan with a successful procedure.

    Chris Callahan, 61, Finishes Advanced 142 Mile Mountain Biking Trail After Two Major Surgeries at Resurgens

    Callahan Praises Dr. Bailey, Dr. Fogle, and Physical Therapist Marshall for Their Outstanding Work, Service Five years removed from two major surgeries that would slow most people down, Chris Callahan conquered the legendary 142 mile Kokopelli mountain bike trail that winds from Fruita, CO to Moab, UT. A lifelong mountain biker, he credits Resurgens Orthopaedics—the largest orthopaedics practice in Georgia—with not only keeping him on the bike, but allowing him to still ride at such a high level.  Callahan underwent two procedures at Resurgens with two different doctors: Dr. Erroll Bailey performed his Achilles repair and Dr. Evander... Continue Reading

  • Don Albino

    “At Resurgens, I felt they really cared about me.”

    Resurgens Orthopaedics Patient Prepares to Compete in National Senior Olympics

    Don Albino Won Four Medals in Georgia Games to Qualify for National Track and Field Competition Look for Resurgens Orthopaedics patient Don Albino of Johns Creek among the ranks of Senior Olympians in June as athletes over age 50 go for the gold in Houston.  Albino, 68, a patient of Dr. Angelo DiFelice, Jr., at the Resurgens Roswell/Alpharetta location, will compete in track and field events in the 65-69-year-old age group. He attributes his ability to compete to the care he received at Resurgens.  “At Resurgens, I felt they really cared about me,” Albino said. “Not just because I was training for the Senior Olympics, but they cared about my... Continue Reading

  • Xavier Okoro

    "I was really very impressed with Dr. Khan and his work."

    Dacula High School Sophomore Xavier Okoro Plays in Youth Basketball of America National Championships After Recovering From Torn ACL

    Resurgens Orthopaedics Patient Back to 100 Percent, Experiencing No Pain Dacula High sophomore basketball star Xavier Okoro is back on the court after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in early 2008 during a game against Shiloh High. He recently returned from the Youth Basketball of America (YBOA) National Championships after Resurgens Orthopaedics surgeon Dr. Sami Khan repaired his ACL. Okoro's basketball prospects looked good in early 2008. He was playing on the varsity basketball team as a freshman. As the tallest member on the team, he immediately became an invaluable asset. His coaches say that college recruiters had already begun asking about him.... Continue Reading

  • Thomas Joiner

    The advanced recovery period will enable him to participate in football camps this summer, where he has the chance...

    Football Player Back to Tackling His Dreams

    Thomas Joiner has always been athletic. The 17 year old high schooler spends his free time playing lacrosse and football. Thomas is a linebacker on the Whitefield WolfPack, his school football team, and aspires to play in college. Thomas had a strong start to his junior year. In September of 2016, during the third game of the season, Thomas’ team was receiving a punt from the opposing team. A returner was nowhere to be found, and Thomas found himself receiving the kick, although not his position. He had a successful 20 yard return before he was forced out of bounds, where he took a late hit. The tackle immediately brought Thomas to the ground. The high school athletic... Continue Reading

  • Chris

    Resurgens changed Chris's life because they gave him a new perspective which helped him live a better, healthier...

    Chris's ACL Success Story

    Growing up Chris played all kind of sports; football, basketball, track, lacrosse, and swimming. He was looking forward to a future as an athlete when slight knee-to-knee contact tore his right anterior cruciate ligament or ACL. After this knee injury he worked hard to get back on his feet and back on the playing field. He was again picturing an athletic career but his senior year he suffered a left ACL tear.  This second injury changed everything for Chris.  His future sports career was no longer an option and he had to face a new future.  Chris chose Resurgens Orthopaedics for all of his surgical and non-surgical treatments, including rehabilitation therapy.... Continue Reading

  • After 6 months of pain and trying different treatments with no improvement she returned to Dr. Fogle who recommended...

    Dry Needling Returns Athlete to Competition

    ­­Adriana is one of our most active patients; at age 64 she loves open-water long-distance swimming, competing in global triathlons, and teaching Pilates and water-aerobics in Metro-Atlanta. While competing in the 2013 World Triathlon Championships in London Adriana crashed while cycling and broke her collarbone.  Upon her return to the States, she saw Dr. Fogle who helped her get back to competing without surgery. In July of 2016 her shoulder developed shoulder impingement syndrome, a very painful condition caused by inflammation from repetitive shoulder activities . The pain was so severe she couldn’t lift her arm for everyday tasks, let alone swim, train, or... Continue Reading